This cafe in Pakistan is one of a kind. To get served you have to use sign language. It’s run by the Raza family: mum, dad and brothers are deaf or partially hearing. They say they’ve experienced challenges in the country and the cafe is changing attitudes. Image: Cafe founder Sheikh Faizan Raza makes the sign for 'minute', Credit: BBC
Deafness and hearing-impairment
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Deaf children give their advice about how you can help them understand better.
Deaf poets have been competing in the UK's first sign language poetry slam.
Reporter, BBC Hereford & Worcester
Labour's shadow work and pensions secretary spelt out her concerns about disabled people during a visit to Worcester today.
Debbie Abrahams was at Deaf Direct in Lowesmoor speaking to charities about cuts in support.
She said four million disabled people are in poverty and in need of extra support.
We want to transform the culture around social security. We recognise its there for people in their time of need, it's like the NHS. Nine out of ten disabilities are acquired, so it could happen to you, it could happen to me."